Yea, I turn responsive sites into mobile apps, but people tend to trust that more if it's in plugin form (integrated with the CMS.)
I spent a few years developing apps from scratch and thought there had to be a better way. So I built some personal 10 Gigabit infrastructure, wrote a custom Linux distro for Live Android builds, automated the iOS side of things and created an API for CMS Plugins to interact with the infrastructure and build apps individually for any website. I have an Oxwall and Wordpress plugin, but would like to expand this to multiple other platforms like JamRoom and Social Engine.
I wanted to originally just offer it as a service, but some other developer at Oxwall was telling everyone, I wouldn't trust anything unless it was in "Plugin Form" so I went that route. It ended up being a good idea, but I think it was just that developer trying to prevent others from making money.
updated by @appxprt: 06/30/22 04:58:07PM